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Is Hbs positive a matter of concern in pregnancy ?

I am 31 years female 4 months pregant. I have hbs postive. I took all test as per doctor . He says liver tets is fine, not to worry. I have HEbs is non reacitve Iget stools in dark green colour past 10 days. I am taking iron and calcium tab as per Dr's advice. 1. Should have to worry about stool in dark colour.2. Should i have to worry about Hbs postive I am 31 years female 4 months pregant. I have hbs postive. I took all test as per doctor. He says liver tets is fine, not to worry. I have HEbs is non reacitve Iget stools in dark green colour past 10 days. I am taking iron and calcium tab as per Dr s advice. 1. Should have to worry about stool in dark colour.2. Should i have to worry about Hbs postive.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Jun 2011
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One of the possible side effects of taking Iron tablets is stool turning dark in colour. If you have any abdomen pain, nausea, vomiting it is better to get checked. Do get your Haemoglobin blood test done regularly to see the improvement of the Iron medication.
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